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Primeur weekly 2013-01-28

Exascale supercomputing

Guang Gao and ETI participate in $60 million Department of Energy computing initiative ...

The Cloud

Why European Telcos are turning to the Cloud for an eHealth strategy ...

Microsoft advances the Cloud OS with new management solutions ...

Oracle announces Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Templates for rapid provisioning of Oracle Applications ...

Alumnus and Microsoft inventor tapping Cloud computing potential ...

EuroFlash

Let's get connected: F35 panorama projector deployed by Cyviz in entry-level collaborative telepresence product ...

DAS Workshop to issue Call for Participation ...

ADVA Optical Networking and HEP Group pioneer 100G high-speed optical transmission network in Croatia ...

Graphene and Human Brain Project win largest research excellence award in history, as battle for sustained science funding continues ...

CWI develops application for continuous analysis of big streams of data ...

NLeSC expands its project portfolio ...

Quantum communication: Each photon counts ...

USFlash

AMD Open 3.0 brings simplicity, power efficiency and cost-effectiveness to the data centre ...

AMD reports 2012 fourth quarter and annual results ...

New 2D material for next generation high-speed electronics ...

KishHealth System chooses HP Converged Storage to speed delivery of medical records ...

Greenville Utilities Commission selects Oracle applications and technology to revamp IT infrastructure and improve customer service initiatives ...

Hotelbeds selects Oracle Fusion Middleware to drive company growth ...

Oracle VM 3.2 now available ...

New supercomputer coming to EMSL this summer, supplied by Atipa Technologies ...

UT Dallas researchers awarded $4.3 million to create next-generation technologies ...

SGI announces OEM partnership with Scality for scale-out storage solution ...

SGI announces new Chief Operating Officer Cassio Conceicao ...

Mellanox wins data centre interconnect awards for Ethernet switching and virtual protocol interconnect technology ...

Stanford researchers break million-core supercomputer barrier ...

Why European Telcos are turning to the Cloud for an eHealth strategy

22 Jan 2013 Dublin - Research and Markets has added the "Why European Telcos Are Turning to the Cloud for an eHealth Strategy - Europe Telecom Insider / Vol. 5, No 1, Edition 1" report to their offering.

This Insider analyzes the eHealth market opportunities, focusing in particular on Cloud computing, and discusses how telecom operators can monetize the health care industry's demand for advanced ICT services. The report discusses why it is important for telcos to have a health care strategy. It talks about the various types of Cloud computing services for health care telcos can offer and discuss the potential barriers to adoption that telcos have to address. Finally, it provides examples of other ICT services that can complement the deployment of Cloud services for health care (or hCloud). The report concludes with three case studies: Orange's Flexible Computing Sante service, AT&T's Medical Imaging and Information Management service and MTS' Mobile Medicine project in Ukraine.

The health care industry should be of particular interest to telecom providers in Europe due to the size of the market and the prospective migration of the industry's IT infrastructure toward Cloud-based solutions, according to a new report.

"Why European Telcos Are Turning to the Cloud for an eHealth Strategy" analyzes the eHealth market opportunities, focusing in particular on Cloud computing, and how telecom operators can monetize the health care industry's demand for advanced ICT services. Pyramid Research discusses why it is important for telcos to have a health care strategy and how the Digital Agenda for Europe can facilitate the adoption of Cloud services within the health care industry.

"Telcos are well-positioned to capitalize on the growing demand for health care Cloud services because they can offer the most comprehensive solutions, complementing Cloud services with other ICT products such as medical monitoring or mobile health applications", stated Pyramid Research Analyst, Dr. Ewa Romaniuk-Calkowska.

In addition, telcos can leverage their experience working with health care organisations and dealing with regulations and multiple compliance requirements. Pyramid Research believes that operators should tailor their Cloud computing offers to the specific needs and requirements of their existing clients to quickly monetize the Cloud opportunity. However, it is important to note that in the developed markets, health care organisations expect their service providers to deploy comprehensive and integrated systems that combine communication services for medical and administrative staff, she noted.

More information is available at http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dn5zcr/why_european

Source: Research & Markets

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Primeur weekly 2013-01-28

Exascale supercomputing

Guang Gao and ETI participate in $60 million Department of Energy computing initiative ...

The Cloud

Why European Telcos are turning to the Cloud for an eHealth strategy ...

Microsoft advances the Cloud OS with new management solutions ...

Oracle announces Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Templates for rapid provisioning of Oracle Applications ...

Alumnus and Microsoft inventor tapping Cloud computing potential ...

EuroFlash

Let's get connected: F35 panorama projector deployed by Cyviz in entry-level collaborative telepresence product ...

DAS Workshop to issue Call for Participation ...

ADVA Optical Networking and HEP Group pioneer 100G high-speed optical transmission network in Croatia ...

Graphene and Human Brain Project win largest research excellence award in history, as battle for sustained science funding continues ...

CWI develops application for continuous analysis of big streams of data ...

NLeSC expands its project portfolio ...

Quantum communication: Each photon counts ...

USFlash

AMD Open 3.0 brings simplicity, power efficiency and cost-effectiveness to the data centre ...

AMD reports 2012 fourth quarter and annual results ...

New 2D material for next generation high-speed electronics ...

KishHealth System chooses HP Converged Storage to speed delivery of medical records ...

Greenville Utilities Commission selects Oracle applications and technology to revamp IT infrastructure and improve customer service initiatives ...

Hotelbeds selects Oracle Fusion Middleware to drive company growth ...

Oracle VM 3.2 now available ...

New supercomputer coming to EMSL this summer, supplied by Atipa Technologies ...

UT Dallas researchers awarded $4.3 million to create next-generation technologies ...

SGI announces OEM partnership with Scality for scale-out storage solution ...

SGI announces new Chief Operating Officer Cassio Conceicao ...

Mellanox wins data centre interconnect awards for Ethernet switching and virtual protocol interconnect technology ...

Stanford researchers break million-core supercomputer barrier ...